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good morning, america. breaking news. state of emergency. flash flood alert in houston right now. 37 counties in texas declared a disaster area. >> this is the highest flood that we've ever had in recorded history in the state of texas. >> lightning sparking fires, highways and schools shut down, cars stranded, hundreds of fans and players trapped in the arena after an nba playoff game, rivers rising 25 feet in an hour. this suv washed away. >> oh my god. oh my god. >> and the desperate search for this woman and her kids after their vacation home was swept away. >> she called me, she said, "i'm in a house. i'm floating down the river. tell mom and dad i love you." >> more than a dozen tornadoes touch down, destroying hundreds of homes and more severe storms taking aim this morning.
bounce house horror. this frightening video captured on the beach. a water spout sending this bouncy castle tumbling end over end, then soaring into the air with three young children stuck inside. reality revolt. the duggar family under fire right now. people wanting to cancel "19 kids and counting." one top sponsor pulls its advertising. will the show survive? and good morning, america. we want to get right to the breaking news. the state of emergency in texas right now. you're looking live at the white rock spillway in dallas. it's normally a small creek. now it's a raging river. there it is right there. you see it there. and these are the streets of houston as well.
underwater. you see the fire truck trying to go through there. schools canceled. 50 million americans in the path of these storms. >> this dramatic image shows how quickly the water rises. this before and after shot taken just two hours apart. and look at these cars on the the highway. all swept aside. more than 1,000 homes damaged or destroyed. thousands forced from their homes. we have full team coverage on the ground across the flood zone for you this morning. abc's phillip mena starts us off. phillip? >> reporter: good morning, robin. just an incredible scene in downtown austin. rushing water forcing this into the creek. another example of the severe flooding that is pounding texas. overnight in houston, a flash flood emergency. after at least ten inches of rain fell in just six hours.
cars submerged. traffic at a stand still. check out the car stuck under four feet of water as hundreds of cars come the a stand still. aubrey lane and her family heading home from a night out. they've been stranded two miles from their home since 10:00 p.m. >> it was sudden. it was really scary. i knew it was a bad situation when the tow truck had a five-hour wait. i left my hazards on and we got to higher ground. we found a bar. it was insane. >> reporter: the houston rockets urged fans not the chance the weather after they playoff game win. dwight howard stays behind for hours. >> i can't go nowhere, so -- i'm with the fans. i hope everybody is safe right now and everybody stays off the streets. >> reporter: severe lightning coupled with the rain striking an apartment building sparking a two-alarm fire. across texas record rains leading to torrential flooding.
raging water from swollen rivers spilling into streets. washing away homes and cars. >> this the unbelievable. >> reporter: in taylor texas, highways disappearing under the blinding rain. in austin that's a golf course not a river. that flooding this morning closing schools in houston. but, every major city in this state, houston, dallas san antonio, and here in austin, all been being threatened by flooding this morning. we're join bid the head of emergency management for houston, rick flanigan. it seems to have been a harrowing night. >> we were hammered. rain streets flooding. power out in different communities. it made things just a mad house to navigate around houston. >> what were the biggest challenges last night? >> trying the apply the
resources to the call volume. we had a tremendous amount of calls for help for police and fire. we had roadways that were inundated with high waters. we could not get the emergency units to the citizens that were requesting help. we have been busy all night long. stalled vehicles on the roadways. blocked roadways. power lines were out, signals were not working. people attempting to reroute. you're in the neighborhood you're faced with high water. you can't move. it was a nightmare for many people on the roadway. >> all those people stranded at the playoff game as well. >> that was basically a gad thing. the stadium or the arena stayed open. the people stayed there. they stayed there really some i think are still there now. that was the best thing. they didn't get into the traffic cycle. we have some of the lower-lying roadways for our freeways. they were inundated with water.
some of them up to four or five foot. >> what are you look at this morning? >> we're trying to make a general assessment of where we stand. i talked to the police and fire. we have to make an assessment of what they're able to do. some units are lost or some have to be repaired. some of the fire stations and facilities that law enforcement own and manage, they have been inundated with water. >> when is the last time houston had to deal with something like this? >> i do not recall that we have had one of this managergnitude in years. i don't think there is anything in the archives. some areas, we had up to over eight inches of rain since 9:00 last night. and, you know when the rain starts to come down and it gets into the waterways, and it starts to spill out, problems just get a lot larger. >> good luck with it. mr. flanigan.
good luck with it this morning. >> have a good day. be safe. >> people are tweeting there are still people inside the arena. it's been a horrible weekend. crews searching for a family washed away in a vacation home. matt gutman is in dallas with that part of the story. matt? >> reporter: hey, good morning, robin. i want to give you a sense of what rescuers are up against. this spillway leads to the trinity river. normally, i could walk across the top of it. obvious obviously, not today. across texas, biblical rain over the last couple of day making for apocalyptic scenes. fatal flooding across texas, levering at least six dead and more than daunz missing. in texas, the blanco river. bashing through bridges and homes. rescue teams are back out this morning searching for laura and
her two children. >> she called me. she said i'm in a house. i'm floating down the river. tell mom and dad i love you. and pray. >> reporter: their house breaking apart as it was swept down the river. somehow husband john survived. >> he's def tated. he did everything he possibly could the save them. >> reporter: also on the blanco this suv swept away. cow can see the driver inside. >> my god. oh my god. >> reporter: suddenly it capsizes. somehow, the driver escapes. >> it's the tornado. >> reporter: at least 15 tornadoes in the region. a few miles from the border a twister flipping cars on to houses. 13 people killed including a baby reportedly ripped from its mother's arms. back near san antonio, 18-year-old homecoming queen alyssa ramirez on her way home from the prom losing her life
when she caught up in flood waters. >> she did the right things. she called 911, called her father. it was too much too quick. >> reporter: experts tell us do not call 911 if you feel your car is going dmoun a flood or being submerged. get yourself out. that's what the experts say. roll down the ridwindow unbucked the seat belt flop out of the car. only then should you call 911. moving right through the middle of the country. targeting chicago and minneapolis. ginger track it all. >> the great lakes, the mid south. now the heavy rain and severe storms. the heaviest rain in central mississippi and eastern louisiana. a few still plaguing east texas. yes, houston, not quite done. we'll have a few days of reprieve. then the heavy rains come back. flash flood watches all along the coast.
we have cities with their wettest month or may ever but their wettest month ever. the severe storms. almost 200 severe storm reports. remember it's indianapolis detroit, parts of nashville, louisville, all included in the severe storms. north texas especially and west oklahoma. so much to talk about. i have a lot more coming up. >> all right, ginger. thank you. dangerous wind creating the scary scene on the beach in florida. a water spout suddenly coming ashore. sending this bous house flying. injuring three children inside. abc's gio benitez is in ft. lauderdale with that story. >> reporter: good morning. that water spout coming ashore right here picking up the bounce house, slamming it into this concrete basketball pole. all of those kids inside amazingly, surviving. this morning, frightening video captured on the beach.
watch. that's water spout. spinning its way toward ft. lauderdale beach. within seconds, it's on the sand. more of a dust devil. >> oh bounce house! >> reporter: the spiral of wind heads right for a bouncy house with three kids playing inside all under 78. it rolls over and over and soars into the air. >> kids are flying out. girl hits the floor. the boy hits the floor. the bounce house takes off. >> those kids. >> reporter: watch again. beachgoers terrified. 15 feet into the air. a mother watching in horror. >> i was scared. it was frightening. i was like oh my god, i can't believe this. >> reporter: all three kids conscious and alert. injured but incredibly okay. this is one of the children a.j. dent released from the hospital overnight. water spouts known as tornadoes over water are eerie columns of
rotating care. they can quickly spin up. they're common off the florida coast and can be several hundred feet wide. >> oh my god. >> reporter: last summer wind turned another bounce house into a bucking bronco. this 11-year-old stuck inside. in upstate new york a gust of wind sends this bouncy house soaring with two children inside. both seriously injured. but in fort laudt. lauderdale, police saying there was little they could do. >> it was fast and furious and there was no way to respond differently than we did. >> reporter: the good news here in florida, the kids in the bounce house do not have any serious injuries george. we move to breaking news in the war against isis. a major offensive launched today against the group. iraq fighting to take back key territory it lost earlier in the month. jon karl at the white house. this comes after the explosive
ak cue ak skewization by defense secretary ash carter. >> reporter: he said there's not much that they can do if the iraqi army has no will to fight back. this morning they're calling it major offensive to take back anbar province. it's the largest province in iraq. it's been controlled in part by yis ys for more than a year. the fighting has begun. also over the week end, george the iranian government says the problem with isis is it is the americans who lack the will to fight. >> and after that accusation from the defense secretary, the vice president had to apologize to the iraqis. >> that's right. he played a call over the weekend. terror threats made against
about ten flights. fighter jets scramble to escort one of those flights to new york. >> emergency vehicles. change to frequency 121.65. >> reporter: this air france jet surrounded on the ground at jfk after it was shadows in the air by two u.s. fighter jets. >> air france 22 you're going na be there for awhile. >> okay shutting down. >> reporter: passengers had no idea that a threat was phoned in. >> you see the police, the federal agents. whoo! >> i saw the fire departments and we saw the -- something was happened. >> reporter: this was just one of rash of what authorities say were hoax threats. phone calls claiming a chemical weapon or bomb was a on the plane. the threats made to local authorities. three frights into jfk, two in newark and one to boston. other flights, too. at jfk, passengers on the tarmac all clear, after dogs
and security personnel go through the cabin and their bags. the fighter jets were scamrambled and followed the jet as it approached the u.s. coastline. there is little choice but to respond to the threats. that is not without a cost. >> it provides a disruption to the system far beyond the one or two flights that may have received the threats. >> reporter: several threats have been made since 911. none have been real. but they have to be taken seriously. if this person is caught, the sentence is up to five years in federal prison. amy has the morning's other top stories. we begin with another media megamerger in the works. charter communications is set to acquire time warner cable for $55 billion. making it the nation's second
largest cable tv provider. this t-shirt sparked a memorial day controversy for the clothing company pacsun. one smoper owe fended posted this picture online. late yesterday, pacsun announced it is no longer selling that t-shirt. new video shows a terrifying shootout in chicago. this man pulled a gun in broad daylight firing eight shots in less than 15 seconds. he jurned in car and takes off. now a wanted man. that gunfire nearly hit a 9-year-old boy. man hunt for a suspect responsible sfr killing a 45-year-old police officer in new mexico. he was shot and killed in his car while keeping an yi on a construction site. and some surprising news from the vatican this morning. pope francis is reveelg he hasn't watched tv in 25 years. after making a promts to do that
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>> good morning i'm tamala edwards much 7:26 on this tuesday may 26. let's head over to matt pelman and it's not looking good for folks on 95 in delco. >> always tough to go back to work on this morning after memorial day and it's going to be a tough ride now tam because of this crash. on the northbound lanes of 95 right at the commodore barry bridge couple vehicles involved and a bunch of police officers are on the scene
blocking that left lane. so traffic's barely moving from the delaware state line up to that scene at the commodore barry bridge. 25 minutes. ideally to be should be eight. not pleasant on 95 in delco. just not north coming from painter's crossing there's a crash in the northbound lanes of baltimore pike by britain's lake taking out a couple lanes and giving us delays. in montclair montgomery county a crash along egypt road. accident in lower providence along park avenue. coming from the poconos a wreck on the southbound northeast extension past the lehigh valley. luckily that's off to the side. and extra heavy coming back if the shore as well, especially on 42 northbound from the acx up to route 55. tam. >> thank you matt. let's go over to sky 6hd and take a live look down the shore, maybe some lucky ducks actually took the whole week off and david it quarterback a great week to be by the beach. >> yeah, it really is and i was times -- of course the water is cool but the ocean temperatures and beach temperatures right now are going to be looking pretty good again this afternoon. 67 degrees right now in
philadelphia. we are off to a somewhat warm start especially if you're standing in the sun. your exclusive seven day shows a high of 88 warm and a bit more humid as we move through the day. not oppressive but a little stickier today. tomorrow humid 87 degrees and look out for some late day or even this morning that could produce drenching downpours. a few more on thursday. pham. >> thank you david. that's it for "action news" right now. we're always on at 6abc.com when you don't see us here. back to "gma." we'll be back live in 30.
good morning, america. right now. weaver tracking the state of emergency in texas. the worst flooding ever to hit the state. highways closed. schools canceled. at least six people killed over the holiday week end. and the search is on for more than a dozen still missing. right now, police are combing over new clues in the mansion murder. did the alleged killer of the family have accomplices? and the investigation into what wept wrong with this bounce house. a water spout ripping from the the ground. sending it flying with three young children inside. thankfully only minor injuries. a lot to get to this morning, includeing a brand-new segment to put money in your pocket. rebecca jarvis talking about
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happened in the house, confine them constrain them, brutalize them and then set them on fire. >> reporter: the complaint against wint offering critical clues. why investigators believe the 34-year-old had help. like a neon green construction vest they found in the family's porsche. discovers the car burning just hours after the house was set ablaze. police have yet to identify any accomplices, releasing the three men and two women they had detained during wint's arrest. among them, his younger brother, darryl. this morning, he remains behind bars. his lawyer says there is no direct evidence that links him to the crime. saying all evidence is
circumstantial. no explanation as to why the five with wint were released. authorities can elect to charge some of all of them at later date. one of them admitted to buy $10,000 of money orders. now to the controversy surrounding the duggar family. petitions circulating to have their show canceled after the revelation that josh duggar molested young girls as a teenager. >> reporter: in the wake of the scandal, the duggar's oldest son has resigned from the family research council. he and his wife, now pregnant with their fourth child, have taken down their website. no word if the days are numbered for "19 kids and counting." >> all right, let's all hold hands here. >> reporter: this morning, growing demands
counting" off the paper there should be no place for people who get rich holding up their values while hiding a criminal in their misz. a source confirming to abc news overnight that police report stemmed from an investigation launched after oprah winfrey's production company was tipped to the allegations when planning a segment of the dug ghars 2006. >> let's go. >> reporter: last week, the 27-year-old father of three took the facebook admitting that as a teen he acted inexclues pli for which i'm sorry and regret. duggar was never arrested or charged with a crime. the police report now expunged. >> advertising dollars and ratings will be affected. >> reporter: with the show set to eventer its 11th season this year, tlc is not saying if it will cancel the show or fire joshua duggar. >> always resolve your
conflicts. >> reporter: but one major sponsor, general mills, already pulling its ads. >> tlc has faced another controversy. here comes honey boo boo was one of the most popular series on the network. they canceled it. it's safe to say the duggars' reality show will suffer the same fate. >> reporter: tlc released a statement. they said we're troubled by this situation and our thoughts and prayers are with the family. they've pulled up a episodes of 19 kids and counting from the paper it's not announced if the move will be permanent. now to the warning about dangerous rip currents. hundreds of people rescued from the water in florida over the holiday weekend. ginger you have more on that. >> we're tracking the flash flood emergency in houston. this was another huge weather headline. fatal rip currents. th
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16-year-old marco wilson. the sophomore turned catching a football on its head. take a look. marco's flip has sports plogs comparing his feet to this grab by odell beckham jr. against the cowboys last season. amazing. i think the degree of difficulty may go to marco. he's the class of 2017. already on the radar of 11 college teams. after that move i bet the u.s. olympic gymnastics team might be checking him out. also another great catch we found. take a look at this one. michael, how does it compare? i'm told this is one of your best. >> i didn't have to do a flip. if i ever was catching the football. what was the thing, robin? >> then the other team's in trouble. if you're touching the football the other teams a in trouble. >> that was my ricky martin finish. i was in philadelphia. they threw stuff at me. it was great.
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34th and grays ferry and as predicted that is causing congestion in the neighborhood that's spilling back here onto the westbound side of the schuylkill expressway. also as expected this morning plenty of traffic coming home from the shore. that means just 9 miles per hour there on the northbound side of 42 in blackwood. tam. >> okay, thank you matt. let's go to sky 6hd and take a live look acrossst center city, the view from our temple university camera in the nest there with the owls. let's go over to our favorite owl that would be dave murphy. good morning. >> good morning, tam. we have lots of sunshine, really starting to feel a bit warm on the terrace. take a look as we have bummed up to 71 degrees in philadelphia and those numbers continue to climb. your exclusive accuweather shows a high of toasty high of 88 this afternoon a fair amount of sunshine a little breezy later an bit more humid than it was yesterday. and then much more humid on wednesday, a high of 87. plus there's the chance of some late day or evening drenching thunderstorms. couple of them could even produce some strong wind gusts. on thursday a few more leftover storms, 83.
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live as we say -- >> good morning, america. and a whole bunch of couples getting into shape this morning in times square. all led by chris powell. >> that whistle. >> he's kicking off our training together challenge live in times square right now. >> we'll show you how the shape up better with a workout partner. moves you can start doing this morning to amp up the workout. >> high knees. i think they'll do jumping jacks. there you go. right on cue. burpees over there. energy. big energy for everybody at home eating breakfast. put down the bacon. put down the oatmeal, work out with us. >> a lot of motivation zplp it's in your voice. >> and amy is getting her
exercise by running over to the morning rundown desk. let's go to her. >> that's correct. a big story breaking overnight. relentless downpours leaving texas under walter. homes and cars flooding. trapping basketball fans. 36 counties declared disaster areas. 6 people dead 12 missing. matt gutman is in dallas with the latest. >> reporter: overnight, in houston, a flash flood emergency. at least ten inches of rain in six hours. cars submerged. severe lightning sparking fires. aubrey lane and her family stranded two miles from home since 10:00 p.m. >> it was really sunday. i knew it was a bad situation when the tow truck had a five-hour wait. i left my hazards on. we got to higher ground and found a bar. it was just insane. >> reporter: the houston rockets
urged fans not to chance the weather after their playoff win. star dwight howard stayed behind for mourps. >> i can't go nowhere, so -- i'm with the fans. >> reporter: near san antonio, the blanco river rising. it's there that rescue teams are back out this morning, searching for laura mccomb and her two children. >> she called me. she said i'm in a house. i'm notefloating down the river. tell mom and dad. i love you. and pray. >> reporter: also this suv swept away. >> my god, oh my god. >> reporter: you can see the driver inside. suddenly capsizing. somehow, the driver escaped. experts tell us if you do find yourself in a car that's being swept away try to save yourself. rescuers might not have enough time to get to you. so don't call 911. just save yourself. amy? >> thank you, matt. caught on camera a water
spout whipped up off the ocean and on to a ft. lauderdale beach, ripping a bounce house from its moorings. families watched in horror. three children were inside. they tumbled out. two suffering fractures. the third hospitalized overnight. sandra lee is back home recovering from breast cancer surgery. barely a week after she had a double mastectomy, she posted this photo, relaxing at home with her boyfriend, nornlg governor andrew cuomo. saying there is no place like home. a major change based on consume eer demand. similac says it will sell non-gmo formula by the end of the month. it will be sold at target. marine corporal caleb earwood and his bride-to-be
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>> welcome back to "gma." time now for the "heat index." let me tell you, it's hot in here right now. the hot bunt. that magazine cover generating a lot of second looks and second guessing. "elle" australia putting a supermodel on the cover breast-feeding. linsey davis is back with more. >> it's not the bare bottom that has people buzzing. but the breast-feeding mom. the response? overwhelmingly positive. this intimate moment will not be seen on supe market stands out of fear team people will take issue with the issue. on the runway, nicole is used to turning heads. this morning, this photo has everyone buzzing. appearing on the june cover of "elle" australian breast-feeding her son, zion. >> there were periods i would
take off to feed him. i had on this beautiful jut fit. the stylist was like roy, that looks amazing. let's move you on the set to have the picture taken. not that it would become part of the shoot. >> reporter: the images going viral. with the hash tag normalize breast-feeding. she says she doesn't mind being a voice for moms. >> i didn't think it would be such a big deal. there's nothing worse than as a mother doing something so necessary like feeding your child and feeling like somebody could have an opinion about it or somebody's looking at you in the wrong way. >> reporter: she is not the first celebrity to advocate normalizing breast-feeding the. in 2008 this image of angelina joe lie appeared on the cover of "w" magazine. other stars taking to their social media pages in an attempt to make breast-feeding less taboo. >>over all, the social media
response is positive. women have been happy to see motherhood and breast-feeding celebrated and out in the open. >> reporter: but not everyone will see this cover. exclusive to subscribers only. this is the cover appearing on supermarket stands. elle saying not everyone walking through a supermarket is our target demographic. nor are they all going to be understandinging of the message behind this cover. >> i think it is something that is not koefed up. it's a huge part of being a mother. it brought tears to my eyes because my two worlds collided at that moment. >> reporter: the editor defending her decision. in an ideal world, no one would have an issue. this is not an ideal world. this is inspire something many millimeters to take their own selfies nursing their babies in solidarity. it's a movement to get this --
>> and we're talking about it. >> thank you. up next on the "gma" "heat index" "pitch perfect 2" star rebel wilson at the center a fire storm about her age. she's claimed she's younger than she is. >> reporter: you've heard "pitch perfect 2" written and directed by women. and starring every from anna kendrick to haley stein feld. in some parts this would be reason to scold her for, can you imagine, lying about her age? >> what an odd thing to say. >> reporter: in her native australia the media declard she might have changed her name a little too, is 35 instead of 29. ye way. >> sorry my boobs are kaz zi.
i was just jumping. >> reporter: hope you're sitting down. why would she do such a thing is this why wouldn't she? >> my girl pow sir hanging out. >> reporter: it's a hollywood where 37-year-old maggie gyllenhaal told her last week she was too old to play a 55-year-old love interest. and ammy schumer. with this. >> is it someone's birthday? >> reporter: an actress's last alleged day of desirability is celebrated. wilson's take on the whole thing was cheerful enough. she sweeted, oh my god, i'm actually a 100-year-old mermaid known as cc chalice. and then invoked an australia
saying. >> do you need some of my confidence. i could turn ploin down a notch. >> reporter: for "good morning america," chris connelly abc news los angeles. >> i like the tall poppy thing. >> if you look 29 say you're 29. up next kelly rut irrford's big victory. the gossip girl star is traveling to monaco this week to get her kids back after a judge awarded her temporary custody. this morning, she's one step closer to finally getting her kids back. the latest twist in a painful six-year saga. on friday a california judge awarded her sole and legal temporary custody of her 8 and 5-year-olds. since 2012 those children hermes and helena have been living with their father. his u.s. visa was revoked.
a judge ruled their children would live with him in europe. she told us how painful that is. >> i told my son, i said you know mommy is still fighting for you. my children not only were they taken away. they were sent to a foreign country. i don't know how you even explain to someone what it feels like. >> reporter: the 46-year-old mother says last thursday she went to visit the kids. but giersch wouldn't allow it unless she handed over their passports. >> i know it's not right. everyone knows it's not right. >> reporter: her attorney tell us abc news she's grateful for the decision rendered by the california court sand look forward to reuniting with her children. dan abrams here now. it was unusual for the judge to award her the custody without giving the father a hearing? >> really unusual. it tells you how serious this court thinks the violation is.
she can't see the kids unless she turns over their passports? the court saying that's unakccept unacceptable unacceptable. this is in addition to other things he's done to violate the court order. he was supposed to aflypply for a visa. it hasn't. monaco now establishing the kids as residents of monaco. they're supposed to remain u.s. citizen children. i think there is a series of violations here that finally led the california court to say, wait a second. >> how about the fact that both parents should be able to see the kids? >> absolutely. how is that going to happen. the end result is how is it best going to happen that they can both see the kids. >> this is not over. it's been going on for some time. i'm sure the father will appeal. it will continue. >> she doesn't have the kids yet. he first has to get served with the california order. they have to inform him. then they have the monaco court.
>> she's going over there. that doesn't mean she'll physically take custody. >> she was flp she's back in the united states. the kids ordered to come back to los angeles by june 15th for this hearing. question will be does he fight it? monaco has its own order. if they say, we're not bide big the los angeles ruling you have an international incident. i'm convinced the state department will step in 37 you have the california court unambiguous. >> could they extradite him? >> they can't but they could take the kids. >> when it comes to permanent custody, somewhat the most likely outcome? >> june 15th is the time to have another discussion about this. but if he's confronted with this california order and he refuses to turn over the kids i think that will be a further case for her in california.
to say, he's not abiding by any of your rulings. that could hurt him when it comes to the permanent custody. if she were to get physical custody and this was a visitation, they would do what she's done before. she would make sure she was visiting with him in canada mexico bermuda, other places. >> some place neutral. >> he has to apply for a u.s. visa again. he hasn't done it. that was one of the fundamental requirements in the california court ruling. you have to try to get back in the country so the two of you can live with your u.s. citizen children here. he hasn't even tried. >> what a case. >> kids first. >> just celebrate add 50th birthday here. this is nancy from canada and we're doing a happy dance because the weather has been good for you. >> it's been great. >> perfect here in the northeast. far from perfect overnight in houston much flash flood emergency happening.
officials say don't go on the roads. these are new images from i .5 and i10 lots of spots that still have all those stranded cars the water still very high even though the rain has stopped but it is moving east and that central parts of mississippi, louisiana getting some of the heaviest. even iowa with some flooding this morning and that's why we've got davenport iowa pictures. those pictures are showing where the storm is headed places like detroit, lind getting into it but the heaviest rain will move to the eastly we'll give texas a little break for a couple days. that's the big picture. let's get a check a little closer to home. >> no major rain headed in our direction any time real soon. right now we're dry on storm tracker. outside lots of sunshine early again this morning. just like yesterday. that's our live sky six camera up at temple university look south along broad street here's your seven-day forecast. already in the 70's. we'll wind up in the upper 80's in philadelphia dan it will feel a bit more humid than it did yesterday. tomorrow 87 and in the late day hours or early evening hours there is the chance of a
passing drenching thunderstorm. lovelies wanted to say good morning. that yes, was alliteration. >> may i? clearly winning the shoe game is amy robach this morning. >> a competition. >> not me? >> george said -- a close second. a close second is george. >> you can never go wrong with red, robin, either. >> and louisiana lovelies thank you for being here. "pop news." beliebers knew it all along. the biebs surprising a hotel with jazz night. when he wept in a different musical direction, fans went nuts. he belted out "i'll make love to you" by boyz ii men.
fans await his upcoming album which he's working on with kanye west and rick ruben. i think it's on. >> she's one step after another making the right one. >> i think he's surrounding people with great people. he wants to do it. he had a whole album almost done he scrapped it. we're rooting for you. where is my friend, jennifer weiner is here. >> the shoes. >> a new entrant into the shoe game. jen is back with the "bachelorette" update. she has a novel coming up called -- >> what do you love. >> you love "the bachelorette." a slightly obsessive interest. >> it's a problem. i admit it.
>> it's funny. if you watch or read her tweet. what do you have to say about this week's episode? >> a lot of craziness though deal with. the boxing match. right back to cavemen time. we have men battering one another for kaitlin's love. what governing agency sanctions that fight? poor jard. he ends up in the hospital. >> another moment? >> amy schumer. give it up for amy. showing up and explaining why we all love the show. we're judges your choices and mentally sleeping with your rejects. >> which i belief she said to kaitlyn. >> she did. it was like thanksgiving. i'm packing them up in
tupperware already. amy schumer speaking for us all. >> and what she did was gave the guys tips. they had to do comedy. what did she say? you're not funny. >> well jarrod not jarrod j.j. i just feel like i'm smarter than everybody else. she's like, yeah no you're not. then, the rose ceremony. jared, who has the rose already, does the jerk move. he yanks her away. he says i'm smugness wrapped in confidence, wrapped in i just got the girl. he was like a jerk turducken. layers and layers of unkindness. and coopa lost his business. he lost it. >> can you imagine the show if he did this in real time? >> in real time?
hours. >> she does it on twitter. >> he's like i don't want to be the token man of color. respect. he wasn't talking to her like during the boxing match, he was all up in laila ali's business. >> who is on the leader board? >> jared. jared with the patchy soul patch. >> not the turducken guy. >> no jared got the sympathy rose. >> you like the guy in the cup cake. >> he was funny. i like funny. >> we like jen weiner. so much more ahead.
>> ♪♪ >> good morning. police are searching for the three mean pulled off a home invasion in northeast philadelphia overnight and nearly got caught. investigator say the three men broke into a home on the 2100 block of tyson avenue and assaulted someone on the second floor. officers arrived on the scene as the suspects were walking out the front door. the suspects ran out of the back door and got away. it's 8:27 on this tuesday may 26. let's head over to matt pelman. he's got the late he have on the schuylkill. good morning. >> tam, we're hoping everyone enjoyed that relatively quiet morning yesterday because it is not quiet this morning. as we look live at 76 close to the roosevelt boulevard, heavy in both directions. westbound a 39 minute travel time. ideally should be 14 minutes. just a lot of heavy volume. no accidents on the schuylkill but on the boulevard northbound approaching southampton road in bensalem watch out for a crash in the outer drive and the turnpike westbound still extra heavy from bensalem on out to near
fort washington. have a crash here on the tacony palmyra bridge. happened jersey bound. you're seeing heavy delays in both directions. i'd stay up top on the betsy ross bridge. plenty of people coming back from the shore. they sucked out that one last night last night so heavy here on 42 northbound side really slow speeds, that 39 minute travel time should be 14. not so good tam. >> not so good at all. thank you. let's go out to meteorologist, david murphy. he's got the latest in accuweather. good morning. >> good morning, tam. we have lots of sunshine over the horizon just like yesterday. take a look as we're getting warm. 71 degrees in philadelphia right now. even allentown up to 70. your exclusive accuweather 7-day shows a very toasty high of 88 degrees this afternoon. warm and probably feeling a bit more humid today than it did yesterday. it's also going to be breezy and then tomorrow even more humid, a high of 87 and in the late day and evening hours there is the chance of some drenching thunderstorms coming through, a couple can of them could produce some gusty winds as well. tam. >> good to know. thank you david.
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story of abby bishop, her biggest assist coming off the court. wait until you hear what she did for her family. >> paurtrt of our "everyday heroes." but first, our extreme weight loss pal chris powell joins us. the new season begins tonight? >> ye. >> you have twin brothers on the show. somewhat this that you called game-ifying. >> game-ifying workouts. you have a training partner. you're working together toward a shared goal. it's challenge you do together. it increases the bond. raymond and robert they love basketball. i wanted to game-ify their workout. raymond had to shoot ten consecutive free throws. if he missed one, he had to start over. while robert was suffering. he had to go through an
incredible challenging circuit. it's not a psychological challenge. but the huge physical and finance fitness xoepts. >> where is your beautiful wife? where is heidi. >> she's right here. >> oh great to see you. >> thank you, you, too. >> do you do this game-ifying thing? >> ye. we say the couple that plays together stays together. it makes the workout so much more fun. it builds an incredible bond. this is how we train nearly every single day. >> well it's working. it's working. >> right. look at these guns. >> game-ifying. that's all we did. >> are you going to help us with the team challenge? >> ye. >> here's aditi. she has to dribble a soccer
ball. agility and coordination. she has to make it through the koens twice. and while she's doing that radhika is doing mountain climbers. then they switch. it's not easy. it's a challenge. while she's doing that once again, these are incredible components of fitness. >> what the you don't have a net? >> it's like high knees. 100 high knees. >> and team blue? >> oh we're going have fun here. right now, will is doing squats. dean has to sink a putt. >> no pressure. >> until he does will has to do the squats. dean come on buddy. >> he has to make it before he can move on? >> he does. >> come on, buddy. >> will will be in charge of
hitting the putts. it's team thing. they have to hustle for each other. >> come on dean. no pressure buddy. it's a physical and psychological challenge. >> what do you do for a putting inging green in your house? >> you can wad up paper and shoot baskets >> the last team over here team green. >> this is my favorite. lauren will do 20 son sec active jump ropes while michael does burpees. if lauren messes up or stops at 18 or 19, she has to start from number one. ? how are you doing, michael? >> then they swap. >> keep going. >> she did 20. >> he's a pro. >> you can add a time factor
right? >> five minutes. once again, it's working together toward a shared objective or shared goal. >> and they're saying thanks for staying on this end for so long. thank up a of our partners. >> he timely sunk a putt. did dean finally make it? >> season five? >> season five. some of the most incredible transformations transformations. jaw-dropping. >> and you're a part of it. >> we like to do everything together. >> thank you for transforming these lives right here. >> thank you. >> the season premiere of "extreme weight loss" tonight at 8:00 central, right here on abc. amy? robin, thank you. time to yahoo! your day with the most dramatic must-have look for your eyes. the smoky eye. how can you make it work for
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this starts at the lower lashes. this look is great for work. you could add fwra for the evening. >> you're mostly using your fingers. >> i am. and i'll hadadd a bit of a dark black sensele. this gets more drama. you could do the top if you want. how dark and how much you make the smoky sptsiness is up to you. it can be as dramatic or natural as you like. >> reporter: the key to a true, smoky stare, right at your fingertips. >> thank you, mara. let's go back >> i'm right here in front. bostians visiting the city. boston will be very worm as
well as new york city. 84 for boston, philadelphia close to 90 for a high. there is a cold front that's going to be pushing through. that's the same one that creates the severe storms for places like nashville and kentucky. all the way up to detroit today. that though going to move through and then we're also talking about heat in the southwest. we're talking 90's again back into the phoenix area, 100 vegas warming up, l.a. a bunch of numbers that will be looking a little bit more like average for this time of year. let's get a check closer to home. >> very warm around here ginger, you're right and also a little more humid as we go through the day. no rain as we take a look at your exclusive accuweather 7-day, a high of 88 this afternoon, a little more humid than yesterday and tomorrow late day or evening some thunderstorms are possible. ht to you by verizon. now, we're happy to have this year's indy 500 winner. look who's here. juan pablo montoya.
congratulations. >> h thank you. >> thrilling victory. now you have won special. i mean to come back to indy car, i wanted -- i diz formula i, i did nascar. to come back my second try back winning it i'm food. >> your car with was hit from behind. how did you recover? >> it was a rough time before a restart. we all bunched up. he ran into the back of me. we fixed it. >> you're racing again this week end. tell us about that. >> to detroit. it's hard because it's a race. i'm going to go straight to detroit. two races there. >> you have to be feeling good
about it. you did race nascar. somewhat the transition? >> they're very different. these cars are quicker. nascar they bring great racing. these cars we're going, you know 30 40 miles an hour quicker. >> we want to thank you for being here. thanks for bringing your car. we'll watch you this weekend. >> thank you. all right, thank you, ginger. this summer is sure to be the most fun on record. we're saying it here first. we're dancing our way into summer. counting down to what we dare say is the movie of the year "magic mike xxl." here to tell you all about it is our own magic michael. >> you're counting down. i'm like oh no! if you have the moves to muscle in on "magic mike" territory, you could win the dance contest. check it out. >> how does this sound to you? win a trip to l.a. air fair and
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now we celebrate "gma's" everyday heroes. people who quitely make a difference. this morning, we honor abby bishop. a young pro basketball player standing tall in the life of a toddler in need. her own niece. ♪ on the court, she's a fierce forward, making her return this month to the wnba's seattle storm. but off the court, 26-year-old abby bishop is adjusting to life of a single mom to her 2-year-old niece, zala. >> three weeks before my sister was due, she decided to overdose. i decided to take zala on instead of her going to foster care. >> reporter: she was navigating
a rigorous team schedule while juggling the needs of a newborn. the organization wasn't as understanding as she hoped. zala had to say in a different hotel. >> it wasn't all about me anymore. life changed very quickly for me. i guess zala put everything into perspective for me. >> reporter: she decided to withdraw from the team just before the world championship pips couldn't leave her in a hotel with somebody i didn't know. >> reporter: she's now speaking out about the challenges of perhapsing basketball and baby. >> there are a lot of people who thought i couldn't do it as well. i'm one of those people that thrive i guess, off people telling me i can't do things. and the doubters. so yeah it's made me work a little bit harder. >> reporter: and this everyday hero is bringing her at thes back to the states with zala and a new nanny in tow. >> i have bills to pay.
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jesse palmer went to texas. >> reporter: all right. or should i say, all right, all right, all right. >> first words i ever said on film. all right, all right, all right. >> reporter: the center piece of his clothing line. you becoming a designer? >> i don't think i'm becoming one. i'm just putting a lot of cool stuff i have heard along the way on a t-shirt. it would be a lot cooler if you did. >> reporter: and his real life. >> leave it like you found it. >> that came from a guy that i went to college with. he borrowed a lawn mower once. he returned it cleaned up and full of gas. leave it like you found it. or better. >> reporter: mentoring these kids is his passion. and perhaps, a peek into his life as a father. >> i just knew i wanted to be a
father. >> reporter: yeah. >> i think man gets more courageous and brave once they have children. how i present myself what i say to you, what i do every day. is a mirror and shadow on them. >> reporter: i read when you were growing up you were only allowed to watch one our of tv. >> one hour. >> that is hard core. "the incredible hulk" is a good hour. >> we limit the screen time. friday night is movie night. sunday morning before church cartoons. >> matthew, you won't answer if people call you matt. >> hi. >> reporter: how are you? i was asking why, his name matthew, how people are not allowed to call him matt. >> of course not. we were in the hospital my husband and i could not agree on a name. i said i'll tell you what we're going to do. we'll go to the bible. to the new testament, boom there's matthew. it with us there in front of me.
okay. we're in. >> i'm in. >> and the reason why amy won, in part the shoe game. her toenail polish matches the cloer of her shoes. bonus points for that. >> it was all planned. >> it was a great tuesday morning. before we go you have a big announcement. >> ye we need your help. we want you to pick where i bring you the water next week. it has to happen in michigan. it's the beginning of my michigan adventure. sleeping bear dunes.
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great. 8:56 on this tuesday may 26th. let's get that last look at track with matt pelman. good morning. >> and it's pretty unwelcome situations here on the schuylkill expressway this morning, tam. two new problems. one on the westbound side hereby conshohocken. it was a disabled dump truck that caught fire. so the fire crews are out here. they have the fire extinguished but just the left lane is getting by and we're jammed solid from the roosevelt boulevard through this point near conshohocken. on the eastbound side a crash involving this suv. police just in the process of pushing it off to the side. this is just east of the roosevelt boulevard. the plains will be opened here momentarily but extra heavy as you head towards center city. had a gas leak in bucks county closing york road. stick with valley road or 611 as alternates. tam. >> thank you matt. let's get another look at accuweather with dave murphy. good morning. >> tam a sunny warm start very similar to yesterday. 74 degrees right now in philadelphia, starting to get a little bit more humid versus where we were yesterday and that's going to be the story
today. warm this afternoon with a high of 88. a lost sunshine. but a tad more humid than it was yesterday. and then tomorrow even more humid, 87 is your high and during the late day and evening hours, we will be on the lookout for some thunderstorms coming down out of the northern and western suburbs and where they hit they could produce some gusty wind but especially drenching downpours. a few more of those on thursday, then we're dry again on friday. pham isn't thank you david. coming up today at noon, new evacuations in texas as the state deals with dangerous flooding. we're following the search for two missing families whose vacation home was literally swept away. "live with kelly and michael" next here on 6abc. i'm tamala edwards. have a great tuesday. >> ♪♪ well, sir. after some serious consideration
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announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, one of the stars of "entourage," kevin dillon. and from the reality series, "the little couple," dr. jennifer arnold and bill klein. and a performance by "american idol" runner-up clark beckham. plus all this week the co-hosts share their favorite workout moves as we kick off "live's fitness countdown." all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] now, here are emmy award-winning -- winners, kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪